JKICC, DSC win matches
7TH GUFRAN T-20 CRICKET CHAMPIONSHIP
Doda, June 6: In the ongoing All India 7th Gufran Memorial T-20 cricket championship JK Imamia Cricket Club (ICC) and Doda Sports Club (DSC) won their matches defeating Doda Cricket Warriors (DCW) and Malna Cricket Club (MCC) respectively at Sports Stadium Doda on Sunday.
In the first match JK ICC batting first scored a total of 219 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in stipulated 20 overs. Aamir Parray with 57 was highest scorer for them.
In reply DCW could not chased the target and was bundled out for 109 runs in 13 overs. Tanveer and Vishal scored 21 runs for them.
In the second match, Malna Cricket Club batting first were bundled out for 75 runs. Mudassir and Shabir scored 16 and 12 runs for them. In reply DSC chased down the target in 8 overs for the loss of only 2 wickets.
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